Nokia Best and Cheap Phone For Internet Users - Nokia 215 Full Details

Nokia Launched the World Cheap and best phone which is fully for internet users and full internet gurus who love to connect to internet and love to use the web .
In this NOKIA 215 have all the features and all the good and new tools in it.

In Nokia 2015 You dont need to Charge the Phone in Month which is good to use for a Month .

Price in Pakistan is : 30$ or RS 3000 

PHONE SPECS 

The Single SIM has a stand-by time of up to 29 days, while the dual SIM version offers up to 21 days.2.4inch colour screen
The Single SIM has a stand-by time of up to 29 days, while the dual SIM version offers up to 21 days.
Preinstalled Facebook and Messenger 
provides up to 20 hours of talk time. 
Opera Mini Browser and Bing Search
Twitter also available to download
Bluetooth, MP3 player and 
Torchlight & FM radio
Although there are a limited number of apps available, the Nokia 215 has preinstalled Facebook and Twitter, along with a web browser - although the phone does not have a 3G capabilities.
The handset is available in two version, with one or two SIM cards.
The Single SIM has a stand-by time of up to 29 days, while the dual SIM version  offers up to 21 days.
'For those who like to talk, Nokia 215 provides up to 20 hours of talk time,' it says.
'Browsing the web is super-easy, thanks to Opera Mini Browser and Bing Search.'
Unsurprisingly, the handset also includes, MSN Weathe.
The handset also boasts Bluetooth, so can be connected to a headset or speaker.
'With a built-in MP3 player and FM radio, Nokia 215 keeps you entertained for up to 50 or 45 hours playback respectively,' the firm says.
It also features Nokia's SLAM technology, which allows people to simply bring two SLAM-enabled devices together to send or receive files.
It will be available in green, black and white versions, and will initially go on sale in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe in the first quarter of 2015.
The handset also boasts Bluetooth, so can be connected to a headset or speaker.

The handset also boasts Bluetooth, so can be connected to a headset or speaker.
Late last year Microsoft marked the end of an era in the smartphone world by launching the first Lumia handset without the Nokia branding, the 525.
The Windows maker bought the Finnish technology firm in a £4.4 billion deal in April, and has now shifted its Lumia brand of phones into its own Windows Phone range. 
Mobiles expert Rob Kerr from comparison site uSwitch says that this new smartphone shows there is no sentiment in the dog-eat-dog world of smartphones.
'By laying the Nokia brand name to rest, Microsoft is sending the message there's no room for nostalgia in the fast-moving mobile market.
'The path of least resistance would have been to use the Nokia name as a crutch, but Microsoft has loftier visions.
'And it's a tactic we've seen before when Sony dropped the Ericsson brand. 
Microsoft says the Lumia 535 will begin to ship in the UK some time in early 2015, with the price quoted only as 110 euros (£86) for now, but will begin to surface in the US later this month. 


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